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RSCS Reunion - August 20-22 2010

Halftime tunes wow the crowd
By Bruce Watson

Basketball fans at the Stockbridge Valley vs Richfield Springs girls basketball game on Friday, Feb. 13 received a halftime treat of seeing and hearing the school’s drum line perform for spectators.

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Members of the RSCS drum line include (kneeling) Joe Kelly.  Standing, from left, are  Daniel Stevens, Stephen Brykailo, Adam Lindsay, Bob Moshier, Tyler Steere, Jonathan Zurmuhlen and  Matt Siver. (Photo by Bruce Watson)
Instrumental music teacher Paul Blake’s group of percussionists have been rehearsing on a regular basis hoping that last year’s second place at the Annual Sherburne Pageant of the Bands in June will result in bringing home a first place trophy this year.  

Comprised of students in grades 7-12, the drum line practices after school and prior to sports practices.  

Senior Tyler Steere provides the leadership and direction of the group which brought a thunderous applause from fans when they had completed their arrangement that included solos by members Tyler Steere, Stephen Brykailo and Bob Moshier.  

The cadences played were called “Boom Box” and “Our Groove.”  The group has been in existence for two years.  

According to Steere, “The members worked hard and put in a huge amount of effort and the results were beyond all expectations. I am proud and honored to be the drum line captain and if tonight’s performance is any indication, we are well on our way to winning a first place trophy for RSCS."

 


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